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Take care of the Holy Name, the rest will follow

It seems like such a “little thing” to revere the Holy Name of Jesus. But life is about getting the little things in order. So treat the Lord’s name carefully, writes Simcha Fisher.

Melto D’Moronoyo: The prodigal son encourages us all to seek the...

The parable of the Prodigal Son carries for us a great message of hope, for who among us has not, at some point in their lives, offended their Father in heaven?

Sr Anastasia Reeves OP: Prayer is a worthwhile waste of our...

Just as a newly married couple loves to waste time together, simply being in each other’s company, so prayer can be a wonderful way to rest in God’s presence, writes Sr Anastasia Reeves OP

When starting a small business is a leap of faith

Starting a small business is always a leap of faith, but Sydney’s Catholic entrepreneurs are finding help from God and his saints in their new ventures

Celebrity converts are exciting, but faith and fame don’t mix well

Actor Shia LeBeouf’s reception into the Catholic Church was in the news again for a while, but then it quickly receded. But this isn’t about him, in particular! What it’s about is this: Fame and faith do not mix. When they do, it almost never turns out well!

Breakdown to breakthrough: How Alpha brought Chris back from the brink

The Alpha program gave Chris, a cradle Catholic whose faith had lapsed, the foundation to rediscover and finally embrace his roots. Now he serves on his parish's Alpha team

Disciple Diaries: Careena’s five-decade journey to the Catholic faith

Careena Craven grew up in a household where faith was an unwelcome stranger. Now she's preparing to become a leader in her parish

Faith leaders reject ‘Equality’ Bill

The leaders of NSW’s major Christian denominations and other faith traditions have joined Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP in a call for the rejection in full of Sydney MP Alex Greenwich’s “Equality” bill, set to be debated when parliament returns in early February.

Patrick O’Shea: Gifts to grow faith without breaking the bank

It’s that time of the year again when we’re called to prepare our gifts for our loved ones for the celebration of Christmas.

Philippa Martyr: What our schools teach kids has eternal consequences

I dove back into the Catholics in Australia survey to see if there were other ways Catholic schooling might relate to how you believe, behave and belong to the Church.

Philippa Martyr: Commitment and Catholic schooling by the numbers

Last week we speculated about the impact of Catholic school education on Catholics in Australia. Does it make you a better Catholic in terms of what you believe?

Daniel Ang: Absent faith, synodality only a buzzword

As the first assembly of the Synod on Synodality draws to a close, the polarisation over this ecclesial project remains—at least if the online commentary is anything to go by. 
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